Apple Staff In Australia Caught Stealing Customers’ Nude Pics And Ranking Them
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So while you’re still trying to figure out if the new iPhone 7 is a good move for you or not, some Apple employees at an Apple store in Queensland, Australia were busy stealing nude photos off customers’ phones and even sharing and ranking them, too on a scale of one to ten. Good going, “geniuses.”
The four male staff members who are being accused of this allegedly took over 100 close-up pictures of not only female customers but of staff as well. An anonymous worker from the same storm confirms that once a picture was stolen, it would then be added to a group chat where other males would rank them and comment on them. This sounds like it’s right up Donald Trump’s alley (sorry, had to do it).
These four tools were only caught after another staff member walked in on a technician going through a customer’s phone.
Here’s what Apple had to say:
“Apple believe in treating everyone equally and with respect and we do not tolerate behavior that goes against our values. We are investigating a violation of Apple’s business conduct policy at our store in Carindale, where several employees have already been terminated as a result of our findings.” “We have met with our store team to let them know about the investigation and inform them about the steps Apple is taking to protect their privacy,” they added.
Oh, and the four guys involved in this were obviously fired.
Well, when your phone burns a hole through your pocket like it did to this kid, it’s probably best to steer clear of the Genius Bar and just do this:
h/t Elite Daily